August 9, 1936
Dear Mr Heath:
Just received your letter and enjoyed hearing from you. I remember you very well. In fact, it seems only as short while ago that I was in athletic at Elkhart and playing in the ball games that you referred. I guess it has been seven years but it doesn’t seem that long.
The Olympic Games are over as far as track and field is concerned. As you know I lost my 1500 m. race. Lovelock ran a beautiful race.
The weather was cold and rainy all through the games. Our boys came through in most of the events. Personally I wished for some Kans. heat for my legs.
I hope this sheet of stamps is what you had in mind.